A scene from the latest tour of “Einstein on the Beach,” on a stop in Montpellier, France. Photo by Lesley Leslie-Spinks

"Some works of art become mythical, either because they are so important or because few people actually know them. “Einstein on the Beach,” the 1976 intermissionless four-and-a-half-hour opera by Robert Wilson and Philip Glass, qualifies on both counts. When “Einstein” opens a 10-day run at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Sept. 14, it will be the first time New York has seen it in 20 years…”

I’ll be in the audience on Sunday, full of anticipation.

A scene from the latest tour of “Einstein on the Beach,” on a stop in Montpellier, France. Photo by Lesley Leslie-Spinks

"Some works of art become mythical, either because they are so important or because few people actually know them. “Einstein on the Beach,” the 1976 intermissionless four-and-a-half-hour opera by Robert Wilson and Philip Glass, qualifies on both counts. When “Einstein” opens a 10-day run at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Sept. 14, it will be the first time New York has seen it in 20 years…”

I’ll be in the audience on Sunday, full of anticipation.